Audience Context Guide

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To investigate the world of the play through the eyes of a new World Wide Wickets employee, check out our dramaturgical context guide (or better yet, pick one up and explore our interactive lobby display during one of our productions).

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One thought on “Audience Context Guide

  1. Paul Elstein

    A great show. Shepherd Mead also wrote “How to Succeed with Women without Really Trying.” At my bachelor’s party, 41 years ago, I burned its cover to show that I had learned its lessons.

    On a separate track, did anyone else notice several times management referred to the staff as “Boys and Girls?” No racial or sexual implications, but interesting choice of words.

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